the small mushroom grows on coniferous wood, the color of gills makes me have no idea, when fresh, the gills is pinkish,but turns greyish and lightly pinkish when partly dry several hours after collected, the color of cap turns yellowish green during the same time. Which species it may be?
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There is similar Chromosera species – can you get an ITS sequence, or send it to Scott Redhead for sequencing?
the gills are decurrent, and have a pinkish color,it may be chromosera cyanophylla
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